Travel and Accommodation
Turin is an important railway hub and it has its own airport, linked to the city centre by taxis and regular bus services. An alternative is the bigger Milan Malpensa airport, which is also linked to Turin by regular bus services (taking approximately 2 hours).
Turin offers a range of accommodation for all budgets. We include some that we recommend below, but many others can be found on online platforms such as Booking and Airbnb.
Hotel Concord (four stars) – https://www.hotelconcordtorino.com/en/
Single room: from 100 euros per night
Double room: from 109 euros per night
From Hotel Concord to the conference venue: walk 6 minutes to the Vittorio Emanuele II bus stop on Via Lagrange; take bus 8 towards San Mauro for 13 stops and get off at the Pacini stop; the conference venue is a 3-minute walk away, at Via Tollegno 52.
Hotel Ponte Sassi (three stars) – https://www.hotelpontesassi.com – firstname.lastname@example.org
Single room: 52,8 euros per night
Double room: 75,6 euros per night
From Hotel Ponte Sassi to the conference venue: at the Piazza Pasini bus stop, take the bus 68 towards Cenisia for 6 stops; get off at the Stabilimento Tortona bus stop and then take bus 75 towards Vallette for 4 stops; get off at the Leoncavallo bus stop; the conference venue is a 3-minute walk away, at Via Tollegno 52.
Combo (Hostel) – https://thisiscombo.com/it/location/combo-torino/
4/6/16 bed mixed dorms (men and women) and 3/5/7 bed female only dorms
Use the promo code AMENDOLA23 to book with a 10% discount directly on their website
From Combo to the conference venue: at the Fiocchetto stop in Corso XI Febbraio, take the 8 bus toward San Mauro for 5 stops; get off at the Pacini bus stop; the conference venue is a 3-minute walk away, at 52 Via Tollegno 52.